February 6, 2022 Subject:
My name is Andrew and I write music. I searched through Prelinger for footage which was in sync with the music that I had written. These two commercials had elements that were perfect for what I was looking for so I joined them together to create a backing video. Here is a link to the final product on YouTube - I hope that you like it:
January 5, 2017 Subject:
Title of this Film?
Does anyone know the official title of this film?
January 6, 2006 Subject:
Good incentives for Westinguhouse salesmen
Nice incentives for Westinghouse's salesmen. I think the use of the dancer-model was unnecessary.
September 7, 2005 Subject:
No, no thatÂs NOT enough!!
Seems to be a promiotion for the Westinghouse dealers, not to sure of what you had to do, but if you did it correctly, trips galore waited for you! You could either go to an American city and stay there and catch a professional team play football! Or, if you donÂt like that, you could go to Puerto Rico! If you donÂt like THAT, there;s always Rio and Spain! Woo! They had the same uncoordinated dancer from the first promo spot I saw for these series of ads. ThatÂs not a good thing.
Reviewer:Wilford B. Wolf
September 1, 2005 Subject:
Packers! (or Johnny, tell them what they won!)
Westinghouse sale promo film from 1966 by our friends at Jam Handy. This strange little film is aimed strictly at the dealers, promoting three levels of trips as prizes for meeting presumably sales goals: a 4 day football trip to NFL games, a 5 day trip to Puerto Rico, or a 9 day trip to Brazil and Venezuela.
With the announcer in full game show mode, we get a pastiche of tourist spots for the respective areas. In between each section, we have a generic blonde first in a cheerleader outfit, then in a halter top and then finally an evening dress all against an empty sound stage, faking excitement over the prizes. The oddest section of the film is in Puerto Rico, talking about "native dances," and showing a Hawaiian tourist show.